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Conquered on Stage

The Lantern Theater brings history to life. Don't miss their rich production of "Henry V"

Conquered on Stage

Lantern Theater Company Presents Shakespeare´s Henry V, Directed by Charles McMahon and Starring Ben Dibble, March 14 through April 14, 2013
Lantern Theater Company Presents Shakespeare's Henry V, Directed by Charles McMahon and Starring Ben Dibble, March 14 through April 14, 2013

If you’ve yet to see Lantern Theater’s Henry V, there’s still time to see the classic production.

Dubbed as one of Lantern’s best productions, Henry V, invites audiences to take part in King Henry’s epic conquest of France. Robert Zaller of the Broad Street Review reports that the productions, “Costumes, lighting, and sound are all richly inventive and splendidly integrated, and (fight director) J. Alex Cordaro has done his customarily fine job with the fight sequences. This is first-rate Shakespeare, and great fun."

Tickets, for the theater’s annual presentation of a William Shakespeare play, have been selling out many nights, so reserve yours soon.

Various showings through April 14, 2013 at the Lantern Theater, Tickets $30-$38

Amanda V. Wagner Art Attack
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